Thicker Toro gas found at P'nyang South, Papua New Guinea

A sidetrack of the P’nyang South-1 well in Papua New Guinea is interpreted to have extended the gas-bearing Toro sandstone 200 m deeper than the lowest known gas in P’nyang South-1, indicating an increase in the total gas column to 380 m, said Oil Search Ltd., Sydney.

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